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:00. >> some residents in the presidio heights neighborhood were evacuated after workers punctured a gas line. cruise working on a water line when they struck the two inch gas line just afternoon causing a loud hissing sound. natural gas spew nootd air, crews cap that had leak in about an hour, neighbors returned home. >> the price of repairing damage from this ship that hit the bay bridge support to you jer rising. >> officials say the accident caused two to three million dollars in damage to the bridge but no problems. >> abc 7 news has more now. >> and happening throughout the day,bi the investigation continues with one major player joining in. barry strouch from the national transportation safety board officially began his investigation to try to determine if human error is to blame for monday's accident. this morning a representative of the marshal island ship and corporate strij was transported from alameda to oil tanker. the overseas raymar has a marshal island flag. the person is said to be here to examine the vessel. the ship has been ampk yeefrd hitting a tower of the bay bridge d
of the presidio parkway. >> we have a lot of pretty camera shots this morning and clean the golden gate bridge and looking at our mt. tam cam as a clear spot for most of us with temperatures on the cool side. that is clause 24 hours ago we are above the freezing mark in concord. mid-40s out the door in oakland and headed into the afternoon it will get kind of hazy with sunshine and load mid-60s and the south bay. we are caught few degrees cooler compared to yesterday but still very pleasant, mild conditions. 65 and campbell and los 60s for fremont and milpitas. the east bay would not provide as much work as a south bay but it was still pretty be pretty nice. their fill and concord and answer the north bay we go with a good mix in the upper 50s low 60s here. 51 for downtown stamford cisco. satellite and radar pictures show high pressure is starting to break down. we will see more clouds. the high clouds we're experiencing will start to thicken up and we will have rain on the way. also a cool down and easterly winds with the off shore flow will turn on shore. tomorrow morning waking up light rai
with the presidio parkway projectwhich is overseeing the reconstruction of doyle drive says their fire supression system inside the tunnel was tripped accidently during routine maintenance.and crews had to manually override the system to stop the downpourduring which time the showers falling on drivers.appeared to be intermittent.until drying up in the early afternoon. officials say this is the first time this kind of glitch has happened since the tunnel opened in april 2012and they are working to try and make sure it's the last. engineers will be back overnight resetting and retesting the system.because of .one southbound lane will be closed from 11 pm tuesday unitl 5am wednesday morning. maureen kelly kron4 news. >> pam: developing news now. cal-trans begins repairs on the bay bridge. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc-7 news. you may recall, earlier this month, an oil tanker hit the eastern most tower, on the bridge's western span. damaging a bridge fender. repairs are expected to take about four- months. and cost between two- and- three million dollars. >> rain on the way
know delays for the southbound ride either on the bridge or along the presidio parkway. >> we are headed back to marin county with this water main break that happened in greenbrae. jackie sissel is live on the same. >> good morning and the water has been turned off for about 5 to 5 1/2 hours. the real work is just beginning. the marin water district is out here digging up the street. over there is where the problem actually occurred. here is video from earlier this morning for about 1,500 gal. a minute of water were pouring out of a 4 in. water main that burst overnight. this is according to the spokesperson for the district. she said it is a for aids cap that has been there since 1952. she's not sure exactly what caused the problem but the good news is the storm drains performed exactly the way they were supposed to. there is no localized flooding but obviously didn't walk the water out of 13 to 14 homes. they will remain without water while the work continues. the big news is to replace the pipe. the sidebar story is you can see the heavy equipment and they are fixing this r
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